Australian Journal of Politics & History

The Australian Journal of Politics and History presents papers addressing significant problems of general interest to those working in the fields of history, political studies and international affairs. Articles explore the politics and history of Australia and modern Europe, intellectual history, political history, and the history of political thought. The journal also publishes articles in the fields of international politics, Australian foreign policy, and Australia's relations with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (online): 
1467-8497

Latest articles

Volume 61 (2)

Abraham Kuyper: Calvinist Anti-Revolutionary Politician and Political Thinker
Simon P. Kennedy, vol. 61 (2): 169-183
“To the last man and the last shilling” and “Ready, aye ready”: Australian and Canadian Conscription Debates during The First World War
Jatinder Mann, vol. 61 (2): 184-200
Conceiving of Telecom: The Politics of Australian Telecommunications Reform 1967–1972
John Doyle, vol. 61 (2): 201-216
The Prime Minister and the Bomb: John Gorton, W.C. Wentworth and the Quest for an Atomic Australia
Lachlan Clohesy, Phillip Deery, vol. 61 (2): 217-232
Participatory Democracy and New Left Student Movements: The University of Sydney, 1973–1979
Lewis D'Avigdor, vol. 61 (2): 233-247
The Rhetorical Standards of Public Reason in Australia
Ryan Walter, John Uhr, vol. 61 (2): 248-262
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 2014
Andrew Phillips, vol. 61 (2): 263-277
Political Chronicles Commonwealth of Australia July to December 2014
John Wanna, vol. 61 (2): 278-329

Volume 61 (1)

The Pacific Islanders' Fund and the Misappropriation of the Wages of Deceased Pacific Islanders by the Queensland Government
Clive Moore, vol. 61 (1): 1-18
The Ancestry of the Australian Prime Ministership: “the blue ribbon of the highest possible ambition”
Paul Strangio, vol. 61 (1): 19-36
Moving Beyond 100 Years: The “WA Approach” to National Party Survival
John Phillimore, Lance McMahon, vol. 61 (1): 37-52
From “Unstable” to “Stable” Minority Government: Reflections on the Role of the Nationals in Federal Coalition Governments
Linda Courtenay Botterill, Geoff Cockfield, vol. 61 (1): 53-66
European and EU Studies and Research in Australia through Thick and Thin: Public Policy and Higher Education Mismatch?
Pascaline Winand, Paul Kalfadellis, Normann Witzleb, vol. 61 (1): 67-81
Apologists for Power: The Yoo Brief, Executive Power and the State of Exception
Binoy Kampmark, vol. 61 (1): 82-99
Engaging an Elephant in the Room? Locating Africa in Australian Foreign Policy
David Mickler, Nikola Pijovic, vol. 61 (1): 100-120
New Histories of the Origins of the First World War: What Happened to the “Primacy of Domestic Politics?”
Andrew G. Bonnell, vol. 61 (1): 121-127
The War Guilt Question: A Note on Politics and Historiography in the Weimar Republic
John A. Moses, vol. 61 (1): 128-134
Book Reviews
vol. 61 (1): 135-168

Volume 60 (4)

Ideology and the Economy: Capital Issues Controls, Inflation and the Menzies Government, 1950–51
Jodie Boyd, Nicola Charwat, vol. 60 (4): 503-517
Australia and Japan's Admission into the Colombo Plan
Ai Kobayashi, vol. 60 (4): 518-533